With over 200 dedicated professionals, Beijing East IP has helped a full spectrum of clients – from startups to Fortune 500 corporations to domestic multinational companies – on their intellectual property issues in China.
At the end of 2015, the Canadian Consulate invited and interviewed Beijing East IP’s professionals for a series of comprehensive and valuable IP Q&A videos, which aimed to provide useful tips to Canadian SMEs to enforce their IP rights when doing business in China!
Video keywords: finding patent infringement, conducting customs recordation for patent rights, legal actions against patent infringement.
Video keywords: two choices to protect non-patent eligible inventions in China, risk of being sued for patent infringement, alternate patent protection options.
Video keywords: customs recordation in China, recordation of assignment, legal actions taken by Chinese authorities, risk of being sued for trademark infringement.
Video keywords: three actions against trademark infringement, five actoins against selling of counterfeit products, choosing preferred jurisdiction, claiming compensation from the infringer, sending a cease and desist letter in China.